No. Originally "field hockey" was not called that, as at the time of origin there was only one type of hockey with variations, played around the world. Outside of America and Canada field hockey is known by its original and formal name of hockey. It is only after the popular growth of ice hockey and roller hockey in North America that the word "field" was added to distinguish it.
It is field hockey.
obstruction,kicking the ball, lifting it in the air, high stick, dangerous swing
American football, baseball, soccer, field hockey
you can write your name on or tape it one
It is quite simply referred to as a "hockey stick" or a "stick" by most people.
It depends on the type of hockey. For field hockey, it is the International Hockey Federation (FIH). For ice hockey, it is the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF)
Manipur City is a town that is located in India. The name of hockey that is played there is Field Hockey. India is also well known for playing soccer, too.
I can't name the makes because there is so many but smaller one's are better for beginners that's what my field hockey coach said and the more you improve the taller your hockey stick gets but it depends on your height too glad i could help
hockey is to cool to have a scientific name
Joe Hockey's birth name is Joseph Benedict Hockey.
No, baseball field is a common noun. Wrigley Field is a proper noun because it is the name of a specific field.
It is easy to remember
Field Hockey is reported to be the second largest team participation sport in the world after Soccer. Its popularity is growing from year to year. Field Hockey is played all over the world. It is both a womens and mens sport and mainly popular in the following countries; United Kingdom, Netherlands, Australia, India, Germany, Spain, Argentina to name but a few.
To put it simply: YES. "Field" hockey is played on everything; artificial turfs, grass, dirt, concrete, indoor courts, carpet; you name it, it has been done.
A scoop is a method of flicking or raising the ball, with a motion similar to that of using a shovel (hence its name).
it is another name for a penalty corner. it occurs when a penalty happens inside the shooting D
OLD hockey or Ice hockey is a team sport played on ice in which skaters use sticks to shoot a hard rubber hockey puck into their opponent's net to score points. In some countries, such as Canada, the United States and those of Europe like Sweden among others, it is known as "hockey"; the name "ice hockey" is used in countries where "hockey" generally refers to field hockey.
Both of New Zealand's national field hockey teams (Men and Women) are known as the Black Sticks, in a tradition continuing from the name of their men's national rugby union team and adapted for the particular sport.
No, the noun 'hockey' is a common noun, a general word for a type of sport.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing.Examples of proper nouns for the common noun 'hockey' are:International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), Zurich, Switzerland"Sports Illustrated: The Hockey Book" by Editors of Sports IllustratedNational Hockey League (NHL), Montreal, Quebec, CanadaHockey Street, Christchurch, New Zealand
If you mean in the context of "the field" or "the court" for other sports, then "the ice" would be the proper name for the playing surface in ice hockey. ^^^^ In other words, the rink.
No, Hockey is the name of a sport. So it is a proper noun.
the various types of sports are baseball football soccer track cross country softball polo Crockett cricket basketball snowboarding skiing Field hockey golf volleyball ice hockey street hockey lacrosse